Vanity. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 14:33:51 PM
Deciding on a built-in vanity is a two-stage process. First, you choose the vanity base. Walk into any home remodeling center and you will find rows of stock vanity bases bolted to the wall, ready to take home. There are variations in style, including length, height, number and placement of doors and drawers, but thats about it. If you have an older, traditional home, this style is most likely your best choice. Now that you have your vanity base selected, theres still something missing...the vanity top. Most of the time, the vanity top will be made from cultured marble, ceramic, or granite, and usually the sink (or basin or vessel, depending on the manufacturers description) will be an integral part of the top, forming a one-piece unit that will not leak. In some cases, a vanity top will have a cut-out (or cut-outs in the case of a double vanity) to allow the basin (or basins) to drop in.
There is a third vanity alternative that deserves a brief mention,namely, custom building a vanity base from scratch. This option provides the ultimate in flexibility (and is sometimes your only choice if you have an oddly shaped space) by allowing you to build from any kind of exotic hardwood. Think long and hard before taking this route, however, because it often takes an experienced woodworker with an ability to visualize in three-dimensions to make such a project successful. An old adage in woodworking advises that one should measure twice and cut once. When choosing a new vanity, take the time to browse the home remodeling stores to see the common offerings and search the Internet, if you are looking for something more expressive. In other words, research much, choose once. Do that, and you will wind up with a new bathroom of which to be proud.
Todays generation may admire Victorian or Gothic designs in cinemas or on the pages of fashion magazines, but for their own home, they always choose the contemporary style. The shape of the bathroom too is important in choosing a vanity. The bathroom may be comparatively small, but if there is an odd corner, which can accommodate fairly big vanity, you should make use of it. However, you can do that only if the plumbing line can be extended to that corner. However, few modern bathrooms are oddly shaped or have odd corners. Most of them are a clean square or a rectangle. In such scenario, such consideration does not apply. Choose the material used in manufacturing the vanities with care. Wood is a traditional material, but today glass bathroom vanities are becoming very popular. Although glass looks delicate, thanks to the technological up gradations, they are no longer that fragile.
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